REFLECTIONS ON THE SEGAKI BANNERS

There are 11, long narrow red cloth banners, that are hung in a straight line, behind and above, the Segaki, (also known as The Feeding of the Hungry Ghosts) Altar. The names on the banners are written vertically, in black. Small bells, with a gentle sound, are attached to their lower corners. What follows are reflections upon the meaning of these banners, combined with some information gathered over the years.

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